Re: A.Sago's-NGTO recomendation


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Posted by GRWilt on September 08, 1996 at 19:18:56:

In Reply to: Re: A.Sago's-NGTO recomendation posted by Dave on September 07, 1996 at 14:20:25:

: Sounds like you have a good handle on N.Georgia fisheries. I am a Colorado transplant, been here six years, but continue to go back West for flyfishing. Perhaps you could suggest a good stream for a dry fly fisherman. The "jungle" surrounding most streams I've ventured near have been very discouraging.

: Thanks in advance for great suggestions.
: Dave

Dave-there are many streams in North Ga.that are super dry fly streams.I have done better on dry flies
than anything.Fies---in general,when in doubt use size 16.Adams,Elk Hair caddis,Irresistable,Dorato(my favorite)
and believe or not a Muddler in 8-10.Streams---Jones(small but flyfishable and super for Browns.Noontootla go
from Elijay off of Ga52 take twin bridges road.Get on FS 58 go to boundry,get on stream and fish up.Chattahoochie
go to Low Gap Ck.(above Helen)Hike down down to river and fish up.Chattooga I really like the area around Russell's
bridge(Ga/SC28).In 1960(July)I caught 22 browns the 1st time I had fished it on an Irrsistable.The Burrill ford area
is perhaps is better.The Jack's super go in at Bear Ck.trail!The Conasauga go in at Rough CK.,hike up above Bray"s
Field and fish up.Cooper's Ck.go to middle section(above Camp ground)This section has no trail along side and is rough
going but worth it.And lest I forget,the Hiwassee in Tenn.,fish stairsteps area!If you need more imfo.e-mail me at
wiltger@auburn.campus.mci.net Good fishing.



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